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After Trump leaves office, Twitter and Facebook will take different approaches to handling his posts
Among the questions that came up at the US Senate Judiciary Committee hearing was how Facebook and Twitter will treat the posts of President Trump after he leaves the White House in January 2021, when president-elect Joe Biden takes office.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thai members of parliament voted on Wednesday on options for changing the constitution, with most of them opposed to a demand from protesters for a proposal that could mean changes to the role of the powerful monarchy.
The chief executive officers of Facebook Inc and Twitter Inc fielded the latest round of complaints from US senators who remain divided on how to regulate the companies heading into 2021.
The CEOs of Facebook and Twitter are being summoned before Congress to defend their handling of disinformation in the 2020 presidential election, even as lawmakers questioning them are deeply divided over the election’s integrity and results.
Thailand's former PM Abhisit warns of worsening political crisis unless Parliament okays charter change
BANGKOK, Nov 14 (The Nation/ANN): Former prime minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has warned that the solution to Thailand’s political crisis will be blocked if Parliament votes no to charter change on November 17-18 next week.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - With his long-shot efforts to hang on for a second term dwindling, U.S. President Donald Trump is discussing with advisers several media ventures and appearances that would keep him in the spotlight ahead of a potential 2024 White House bid.
REHOBOTH, Delaware (Reuters) - U.S. President-elect Joe Biden will be briefed by national security experts next week, Biden transition official Jen Psaki said on Friday, amid concerns that being out of the loop due to delays to the transition could be a national security risk.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Shortly after comparing U.S. intelligence agencies to Nazis, Donald Trump tried to mend fences on his first full day as president.
WASHINGTON/WILMINGTON, Del. (Reuters) - President-elect Joe Biden will win the battleground state of Arizona, Edison Research projected on Thursday, dealing another blow to President Donald Trump's struggling effort to overturn the results of the Nov. 3 presidential election.
Facebook and Google are extending the bans for at least the next few weeks to curb the spread of election misinformation.